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After you have booked your outdoor adventure one of the first items you will want to work on will by your travel arrangements. There are several on-line resources to assist you in planning for your trip. 

If you plan on driving to your hunting or fishing destination, the Rand McNally website is a great way to plan your route and determine the amount of time it will take you to reach your destination. They can also point out points of interest along the way. Their web address is www.randmcnally.com.

For many of us, getting to our destination will involve airline travel.  In most cases, you will be able to secure a better rate by booking early.  All airlines have special rates on their own websites and there are several discount websites that you can use to compare rates. .Two of the most popular are Travelocity and Orbitz.  Also, if you will be traveling with a firearm, we recommend you contact the airline directly prior to booking your flight to determine their policies and requirements for traveling with a firearm and ammunition. 

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If you will be hunting or fishing in Canada or Mexico you will need to pay special attention to the new regulations concerning border crossings. On June 1, 2009, a new American law known as the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) required that all U.S. citizens 16 years of age or over who re-enter the United States by land, air or sea to have a passport or other appropriate secure document like a NEXUS card.
Verbal claims of citizenship and identity alone will not be sufficient to establish identity and citizenship for entry into the United States.
If you plan on taking a firearm with you to Canada you will need to print out and complete a Canadian Non-Resident Firearms Declaration. This form can be downloaded from the following website: RCMP.  At the present time, traveling to Mexico with a firearm is very difficult. Your outfitter will be the best source of up to date information.  In many cases you will be using a shotgun or rifle belonging to the outfitter.